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Ex Pipili MLA arrested on murder charges
Odisha Television

BJD MLA's sister-in-law campaigns for Cong in CMC bypoll

Cuttack: BJD MLA from Barabati-Cuttack Debasis Samantray's sister-in-law Sikha Samantray on Sunday joined the campaign trail of Congress for the by-poll in Ward no-21 in Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC). She was seen campaigning door-to-door ... Odisha Television, 1 month ago
Ex-Cong MLA Samantray held on murder charge HT Syndication, 1 month ago
Ex Pipili MLA arrested on murder charges Odisha Television, 1 month ago

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The Climate Group, 5 months ago
Odisha Television, 5 months ago
Odisha Television

Dama calls Samantray rat, invites insecure barb

[embedded content] Bhubaneswar: The war of words between Paradip MLA and Excise minister Damodar Rout and Cuttack MLA Debashis Samantray intensified on Sunday with the former calling the latter a rat and Samantray hitting back saying the ...
 Odisha Television3 weeks ago Spat lands Dama, MLAs in CM office  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Excise minister Rout, 3 MLAs in CMO, spark off speculation  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Speculation rife after 3 Cuttack MLAs, Rout visit CMO  Odisha Television2 weeks ago

Rayagada: Contractor's father released by kidnappers

SHARE Facebook Twitter Rayagada: Niladri Samantaray, father of contractor Raghunath Samantray of Malipada Village in Nathama who had been kidnapped two days ago, has been released by his captors on Saturday morning. According to ...
 Odisha Television1 month ago

Rooftop solar on India's homes will help government hit its goals

Shilpi Samantray, Project Officer, The Climate Group , writes about the findings from a new report, which analyzes how India can harness private investment for residential rooftop solar to help reach the government s national solar power ...
 The Climate Group1 month ago
New Indian Express

Approach road crumbling, school shut for six months

Classrooms of Zillanasi school blocked by rubble | Express JAGATSINGHPUR: THREE of the five classrooms of Zillanasi Primary School under Kujang block are partly filled with gravel. No, the building is not under construction but the approach road ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago
New Indian Express

Servitor arrest puts Rath Yatra rituals under shadow

PURI: A MEMBER of the Sri Jagannath Temple Managing Committee and secretary of Daitapati Nijog, Premananda Das Mohapatra, and his son-in-law Nabakrushna Prusty, were arrested here on Friday for allegedly assaulting a doctor at the District ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago

Anti-Posco activists observe ?Black Day'

Hundreds of people including women, land losers and others under the banner of Posco Pratirodh Sangram Samiti observed Black Day at Patna village to mark the 11th anniversary of the signing of an MOU between the government of Odisha and the Korean ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Posco-hit demand land back  New Indian Express1 week ago

Shelbi joins as first lady pilot from Odisha

Mishra joined as first lady pilot from Odisha in Air Asia airlines in Bangalore on June 15 on the Raja Sankranti day. Shelbi is the elder daughter of Dr Bipin Mishra and Dr Sukanti Mashra who reside presently at Mumbai. They belong to Rukunapur ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Janpath turns into yoga venue on 23rd Raahgiri

rd Raahgiri turned the Janpath area in the city into a professional yoga practice area on Sunday as the International Yoga Day will be held on June 21. A number of organisations and individuals participated in a series of events. Besides yoga, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Imagery from the soul of death

The dreadful famine of 1865-66 wiped out almost one-third of Odisha's population. Often referred to as Naanka Durbhikhya in local parlance, the man-made calamity was the result of apathy on the part of the British Empire, which chose to remain mute ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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